11-12-2014, 04:36 PM
Five colleges under the Kerala Agricultural University is likely to lose ICAR accreditation after failing government to amend the Act in accordance with the Kau law model ICAR.
In my last reminder to the State Government and Cau, a copy of which is provided with "Express", makes it clear that accreditation of colleges under Kau will be canceled if the authorities do not implement the proposal ICAR model law in six months, which certainly will affect future career prospects, thousands of students and research farm-research programs Varsity.
According to sources, the Director General of Icarus and the Union government persistently put pressure universities and public gomassive yatri niwas, vernment from October 2009 to implement the model act, but political interests prevail over those steps, putting the future of the lonely farm Varsity able danger. Kau Vice-Chancellor P Rajendran said, 'Express' that is not varsity, but the state government, which is legally obliged to amend the law in line with the model law of ICAR.
According to Dr S Ayyapan, CEO of Icarus, it is necessary that the provisions of the law model for agricultural universities in the country, designed by ICAR, shall be duly incorporated with the relevant act and universities should be adopted effective measures by the state government in this regard in the near future .
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